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Salman's 'Being Human' taking right steps to support the differently abled
Bollywood star Salman Khan was spotted at a press conference held regarding the empowerment of differently abled people. Salman Khan seemed to be a happy person with his NGO's (Being Human) culmination with 'Veer', an awareness and fund raising campaign on ''Unleashing the Inner Potential of Persons with Disabilities (PWD),' which culminated its first leg as well.

Khan said that he was very happy that his NGO was a part of Veer and he hoped that this campaign will help many differently abled people in finding jobs. ?Being Human is very happy to be a part of Veer, this is the beginning and let's see what happens in the future. I hope that this year almost around 1000 veers will get a job and next year the number will get doubled,? he said.

He also said that his chain of 'Being Human' stores across India have already employed differently abled staff and he wishes to continue with this initiative and employ atleast one differently abled person in every store, as reported by nnis.

The campaign raised pledges worth rupees 75 lakhs, and the event portrayed stories of several inspirational people who has achieved tremendous success through their hard work and determination, overcoming physical disabilities.

These included famous Bharatnatyam and Kathak Dancer and well-known actress Sudha Chandran, swimmer Prasanta Karmakar who won a bronze medal at the 2010 Commonwealth games and Lt. Gen Vijay Oberoi former Director General of Military Operations and Vice Chief of Army Staff.

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